Sydney Test: Pant The First Indian Wicketkeeper To Score A Century In Australia, India Is Ahead By 598 Runs
- India declared the first innings at 622/7, a score of 24/0 in Australia’s first innings.
- Pujara missed out on his first double century, Jadeja did not even have his first century on a foreign field.
- India’s three wickets fell on the second day, Nathan Lyon sent pavilion to all three batsmen.
Until the end of the second day of the final Test of the four-match series against India, Australia scored 24 runs without losing a wicket in the first innings. Marcus Harris on 19 and Usman Khawaja on five runs are unbeaten. Earlier, India declared their first innings by 622 runs on seven wickets. #Rishabh Pant remained unbeaten after 159 runs. Pant became the first Indian wicketkeeper to score a century in Australia. Cheteshwar Pujara missed out on making his first double century. Ravindra Jadeja scored 81 runs. India is ahead of 598 runs on the basis of first innings.
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